|update fall 2020 it seems covid ruined much of softbank's portfolios based on solutions every supercity needed- we wish masa son a return to goog fortune but the loss of arm takes him out of a major moving part of 5g|
it also may be part of asia versus us decoupling -it makes nvidia up there in the superleague of us tech companies
To linkin Masa Son alumni start with 3 questions- what would Japan have missed if he hadn't laucHed softbank at the start of (1G) 1980S? what would the world have missed if he hadn't invested in jack ma at start of (3G) 2000s, what would humanising AI miss in 5G (2020s) if his partners across hemispheres hadn't set up unique AI funds applied to sharing solutions in the world's premier league of supercities
update Softbank Group has led a $103 million funding of Skylo, a satellite/IoT startup. The deal brought in previous investors that had put $13 million in a Series A deal co-led by DCM and Innovation Endeavors, and joined by Moore Strategic Ventures.
update jan 2020-Softbank wants to help Indonesia build a new, $34 billion capital.
4. Masa Son sees more Vision Funds ahead
Softbank chief Masayoshi Son tells Bloomberg Businessweek he plans to raise a fresh $100 billion fund every two to three years and to spend around $50 billion a year.
By way of comparison, the Bloomberg article points out that the entire U.S. venture capital industry invested around $75 billion in 2106, per the National Venture Capital Association.
Why it matters: Softbank's Vision Fund has already reshaped the tech industry, inspiring other investors to up their aspirations and fueling a wave of ever more cash-hungry startups.
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